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Famous Tembisa musician to be buried on Saturday

Ali Katt will be remembered for the hit single 'Let The Good Times Roll'

Well-known Tembisa artist Ali Katt (60), who died on July 12, will be buried on Saturday.

He died in Tembisa Hospital after a lengthy illness.

Born Albert Moroatshehla, the legendary musician started his musical career in 1976 in Tembisa in a band called STOP PUSHING. Within a short space of a time he joined a group called The Message.

With his growing popularity, he joined a performing band called The Minerals, performing with Kori Moraba. Ali Katt later worked with Sound Bust where groups like CJB, BENJAMIN BALL and JOHNNY MOKGADI were formed.

Within his time in the entertainment industry, Ali worked with the likes of highly decorated manager and promoter Jiza Jiza, chart topping singer-songwriter Condry Ziqubu and multi-platinum selling artist and producer Thami Mdluli to name a few.

Ali Katt will be remembered for the hit single ‘Let The Good Times Roll’ from his album Have Mercy produced by Godfrey Nzuza, which was later remixed by Kabelo Mabalane.

His memorial service will take place on Thursday at Sam Hlalele Hall in Tembisa from 12.30pm for 1pm.

His funeral service will be at the same venue on Saturday at 9am, from where everyone will proceed to the cemetery.

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